Delivery of Marne-La-Vallée University Library designed by Beckmann-N’Thépé (architects)

Publie le : September 26th, 2012           categorie: Other Releases

The new library is part of a global “plan” set up to make the universities more attractive. Core of the University, the library forms from now on a new life frame to the students with a capacity of 1200 seats.
Supended upon a water garden, it displays huge tint areas of gold and concrete. Located on a historical and remarkable XVIIth century site (with moats and central court), the library makes contemporary architecture respond to historical and protected architecture.
The building is certified HQE and brings together reading rooms, an auditorium, a cafeteria, offices and parking lots. The owner is Paris Est Marne-La-Vallée University.
Surface : 8.670m2 SHON + outside spaces
Landscaper : Emmanuelle Blanc
photos © Olivier Amsellem
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